About Me

My name is Garrett Jackson. I practice and teach classic shamanism to help bring through guidance, healing, comfort, and inspiration from Spirit.

My journey began in 2014, when I was 17 years old. In the midst of deep suffering that was accompanying what I now know to be an initiation, I asked the Universe for help in healing my suffering. One of the answers to my prayer was being introduced to working with the helping spirits for healing by my mother, who was taking psychic development classes at the time. 

I loved connecting with them, and began studying with teachers such as Radleigh Valentine and Eren Bishop, learning how to work with the helping spirits in order to bring their loving messages and healing work to others. I began giving readings to people across the globe, and in 2016, I started teaching spiritual classes. In that same year, I also began my formal study of classic shamanism and shamanic healing.

In 2020, I graduated from Sandra Ingerman's Two-Year Teacher Training in Shamanic Journeying, Healing, and Medicine for the Earth. I now teach online classes on shamanism, and conduct online message circles, remote readings, and remote shamanic healing work.

I have extensive teaching experience, and have presented on television, radio interviews, and webinars. In my work, I provide a safe and welcoming space for everyone, including fellow LGBTQIA+ people, and those from racial and ethnic minority groups.

​I have also been fortunate to serve other teachers in their workshops. I was an assistant to Sandra Ingerman in the Facebook group for her nine-week online course, The Dark Night of the Soul as a Portal to the Shaman's Light. She and I recorded a video dialogue entitled "Shamanism and the Younger Generations" as a course bonus session. Additionally, I served as faculty assistant to Radleigh Valentine during his Creating a Magical Life with the Angels workshop at Kripalu in 2019.​


Personally and professionally, I emphasize the importance of science and integrative healthcare. I have maintained certification as a Mental Health First Aider with Mental Health First Aid USA since 2018, and graduated cum laude from the State University of New York (SUNY) at Plattsburgh with a BA in psychology.


I am listed on, a global alliance of heart-centered shamanic and Medicine for the Earth teachers who are dedicated to teaching shamanic skills effectively and ethically around the world.

Currently, I live in Woodley Park in Washington, D.C. with my partner Alexi. In my spare time, I enjoy walking through the city, watching comedic television (and a little reality television - I know, I'm not perfect), studying shamanism, keeping up with the news and some of the latest psychological research findings, and trying to appear as if I can cook.